The Big Apple is back and better than ever! COVID restrictions have eased and the city that never sleeps is wide awake. Whether in search of delicious food, sporting events, or incredible views, NYC is ready and waiting with open arms.
Madison Square Garden:
The schedule has been posted and tickets are on sale now for Rangers and Knicks games at Madison Square Garden throughout the month of May. The heat of summer brings a variety of concerts from Justin Bieber and Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa in July. September promises to deliver Banda MS, Dan + Shay The (Arena) Tour, and The Pet Shop Boys & New Order. The Concerts and shows continue throughout the year, and tickets are just a click away.
Shopping, fine dining, and amazing views are all wrapped up and waiting to be discovered at the Seaport District. Here guests can enjoy a little leisurely shopping and a lawn game or two. Ready for a break? Enjoy a refreshing round of cocktails at Cobble & Co before sitting down to dinner at The Fulton or Malibu Farm New York. Besides great food and good times, visitors are sure to fall in love with the breathtaking waterfront views.
No matter the season, Rockefeller Center is a must see! While the ice skating and famous Christmas tree lightings are a few months away, there is plenty to do in the here and now. Visitors to the iconic Rockefeller Center will find shopping, dining along with a variety of events.
Museums & Exhibitions:
To tour The Big Apple without enjoying its world famous museums is a possibility too tragic to consider. The good news is, they are open and as impressive as ever. The Met in May features Goya’s Graphic Imagination, Alice Neel People Come First, and The new British Galleries just to name a few.
In addition to amazing displays, the Guggenheim delights the soul with a litany of performances. From art classes and lectures to Omari Wiles’ New York is Burning, there is something for everyone to love.
American Museum of Natural History is featuring Discover the Nature of Color through August 8th. This museum also offers the opportunity to enjoy several special exhibits like Addressing the Statue and The Nature of Color. The latter will amaze and delight both the young and young at heart.
Round off the exhibition tour with a visit to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Here guests will have the chance to walk the decks of the Intrepid, but that is only the beginning. Tours include a close-up view of a space shuttle, an inside view of a guided missile submarine, and more.
The Bronx Zoo:
The Bronx Zoo is a delight for children of all ages. From adorable little chinchillas to majestic giants, like the Aisan elephant, there truly is a treat for every pair of eyes. The zoo houses a variety of birds, mammals, and reptiles on its 265 plus acre property.
Guests are able to take in the sights on their own or opt for a tour of the most popular exhibits. Tree Top Adventures, Nature Treks, and their very cool Bug Carousel provide an entertaining break in the day’s excitement.
Mouth-watering meals are the perfect end to a perfect day and finding a tantalizing bite is a breeze in for New Yorkers and guests alike. No matter the craving, The Big Apple has a menu guaranteed to satisfy.
Obao Hell’s Kitchen serves up traditional Thai and Vietnames cooking with a New York twist.
For hungry diners with a yearning for a Mediteranian-style menu will find their desires satisfied at Estiatorio Milos. Here, diners choose their own fish. It is then grilled and seasoned with a delicious blend of olive oil and lemon.
The luxurious Concorde Hotel is conveniently located just minutes away from these activities and more. Guests will enjoy phenomenal views of the city from the comfort of their beautiful rooms. The hotel has a limit of four rooms per floor, which means guests can expect to enjoy their stay in a quiet and relaxing setting.
The Fun is Here:
There is no shortage of events, and activities to be had in the Big Apple. The city that never sleeps is ready to please and delight. Whether guests are in search of arts and entertainment, music, or fine dining NYC has it.